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Teslamobile II Sculpture

Vasya Dmytryk


Sculpture, Metal on Aluminium

Size: 16.5 W x 18.1 H x 9.1 D in

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Desiring-Machine The global figure and the universalistic charge of posthumanism create the illusion of the coming future. The new progressivist utopia of neoliberal economics, wide-format mobile Internet, value-oriented society and environmentalism, it would seem, erases not only national boundaries but also the relationship of the world, between its systemic periphery and its center. The unmanned electric vehicle has become a material metaphor for the new era, a universal attraction, and a "real" desire machine. But the future does not come for everyone and not at the same time. The series of eight sculptures were created from fragments of the Tesla corps, on which Rafael de Mestre made a round-the-world trip in 2012. The goal of the project is to reveal a situation of contrast between utopia and reality, between the speed and safety of the first and second worlds.

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Sculpture:Metal on Aluminium

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Size:16.5 W x 18.1 H x 9.1 D in

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Vasya Dmytryk ( b. 1991, Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine) graduated from the Grekova Art School in Odesa in 2016. He works mostly with sculpture and installations. Dmytryk`s artistic practice has four main directions: kinetic sculpture, found object, spatial installation, and landscape sculpture. He finds connections between different materials and their environment of origin and collects assemblages from them that form new semantic contexts and environmental relations. His pieces refer to figurative traditions across a range of cultures and historical periods. Dmytryk creates sculptures primarily out of wood, metal, composites, and found objects. Lives and works in Odesa, Ukraine. The works are in private collections in nine countries and can also be found in the Odesa Fine Arts Museum and the Odesa Museum of Modern Art.

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